It's Caturday- Post some cats (vol 3)

It's Caturday- Post some cats (vol 3)

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Ace-T

7,230 posts

222 months

Friday 11th June
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Perfectly photogenic pretty Pepper cloud9

Gomez is not quite as good at taking selfies though...



  1. blackcatsrule biggrin
Edited by Ace-T on Friday 11th June 14:10

Mannginger

8,291 posts

224 months

Friday 11th June
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I agree!



wibble cb

2,464 posts

174 months

Friday 11th June
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In fairness, that’s pretty well camouflaged, the tiny white bib helps enormously…

LosingGrip

6,188 posts

126 months

Friday 11th June
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UpTheIron said:
After a couple of years of a cat free household I've just signed us up as a fosterer for one of the local charities... we didn't really want to make a long term commitment and take on a cat of our own for a number of years right now, so instead I'm going to be devoting hours and hours to socialising some mentally unstable strays. Can't wait angel

Every chance we'll end up keeping the first one we get laugh
In laws did this with dogs...they kept two of them. FiL has banned MiL in fostering anymore ha.

Photo of Asian that my sister got...my favourite photo!

DodgyGeezer

27,439 posts

157 months

Friday 11th June
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Mannginger said:
I agree!


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Got small legs

Patch1875

4,123 posts

99 months

Friday 11th June
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Never leave an open box unattended

Mannginger

8,291 posts

224 months

Friday 11th June
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DodgyGeezer said:
Got small legs
hehe

Gretchen

17,581 posts

183 months

Friday 11th June
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White cats are weird


tribbles

3,629 posts

189 months

Friday 11th June
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Going back to black smile

This is Pantera (or Tera for short)

motco

14,025 posts

213 months

Friday 11th June
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tribbles said:
Going back to black smile

This is Pantera (or Tera for short)
Beautiful!

ChevronB19

2,621 posts

130 months

Friday 11th June
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Sitting here cuddling toffee, a brown Burmese aged 14. He’s dying. He’s not in pain, that’s obvious, but I don’t expect him to last the night.

Kes Arevo

409 posts

6 months

Friday 11th June
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ChevronB19 said:
Sitting here cuddling toffee, a brown Burmese aged 14. He’s dying. He’s not in pain, that’s obvious, but I don’t expect him to last the night.
frown


ChevronB19

2,621 posts

130 months

Friday 11th June
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Kes Arevo said:
ChevronB19 said:
Sitting here cuddling toffee, a brown Burmese aged 14. He’s dying. He’s not in pain, that’s obvious, but I don’t expect him to last the night.
frown
If he was in pain, I’d be straight round the vets. But he’s not. We found a big lump under his neck a couple of weeks ago and took him to the vets. They thought it was a cyst, but on trying to drain it, it obviously wasn’t. Took him back 2 days ago, and the prognosis wasn’t good, he’s scheduled for a biopsy on Tuesday, but I don’t think he’ll make it till then.

To reiterate - if I thought he was in any pain, I’d be straight round the vets.

thebigmacmoomin

2,650 posts

136 months

Friday 11th June
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Ace-T said:
  1. blackcatsrule biggrin
Our 1st cat was a black one, she wasnt even ours. She adopted us and 'lived' down the road. Just turned up one day looking thin. Fed her and kept coming back. Then one day, wearing a collar and traced her 'home' from there. She always had the same routine up to us, same time and the same route up the kerb line. Could set your watch by her. Always sat at the kitchen door waiting to be let in in the morning, then run upstair to me in bed for a cuddle.Be sat waiting for me to come home then in the evening, lie on my chest asleep, head on my heart. A real mans cat, wasnt interested in mum or dad.

Sadly had to be put down as she had a brain tumor behind her eye. Looked after her on her last day, just a horrible and lovely day all in one. Got to spend all day with her but dead behind the eyes with most likely, the pain.

RIP Tess (back in around 2005)




Edited by thebigmacmoomin on Friday 11th June 20:52

wibble cb

2,464 posts

174 months

Friday 11th June
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No idea how she does it, I don’t keep regular work hours, but it’s one of the best things in life that Smokey waits for me at the window, and runs to greet me at the door…



Gotta love this cat.

Ace-T

7,230 posts

222 months

Friday 11th June
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ChevronB19 said:
Sitting here cuddling toffee, a brown Burmese aged 14. He’s dying. He’s not in pain, that’s obvious, but I don’t expect him to last the night.
frown hugs

The little blighters can surprise you with their resilience though. Hope he is still with you. /more hugs

Howaboutthis

131 posts

29 months

Saturday 12th June
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New Cat in Town.
Two days ago the bold Mr. Mabel arrived in the evening, the resident Minnie Pearl is not at all impressed. My computer room is deemed best for two litter trays, food and water bowls, toys and a scratch pad. Mr M. is groomed, fed and confined to barracks. So far so good. Yesterday he's allowed to roam the house, everyone with strict instructions to keep front and back doors closed, all the books saying maybe three weeks minimum before letting a new cat go outside. I lifted him onto the upstairs window sill so he can have a look out, Pretty soon he was jumping up all by himself.






Today, it did not take long for someone, and not one of the kids either, to leave the front door wide open, whereupon Mr. M. zipped past me as I entered his room, down the stairs and straight out the door. Oh dear, oh dear. I caught a glimpse oh his tail disappearing into next doors' garden, and across the road. Happily, he then wandered back and found dark spots with easy escape routes in the garden. He was easier to spot if one followed the glaring eyeline of Minnie Pearl, who is about a third of his size, but full of resentment.
However, by evening he has been adventuring through the front and back gardens, seemingly quite chilled. I though it best to keep him in tonight, I can see him on the landing outside the computer room as I type, with full access to his facilities without being locked in. We shall see what tomorrow brings.

Edited by Howaboutthis on Saturday 12th June 09:22

JustGREENI

173 posts

147 months

Saturday 12th June
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Sat on the picnic table, one had a whiff of dinner… chicken!

garythesign

1,253 posts

55 months

Saturday 12th June
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ChevronB19 said:
Sitting here cuddling toffee, a brown Burmese aged 14. He’s dying. He’s not in pain, that’s obvious, but I don’t expect him to last the night.
Is Toffee still with you?

ChevronB19

2,621 posts

130 months

Saturday 12th June
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garythesign said:
ChevronB19 said:
Sitting here cuddling toffee, a brown Burmese aged 14. He’s dying. He’s not in pain, that’s obvious, but I don’t expect him to last the night.
Is Toffee still with you?
He is, yes. He looks ‘tatty’, and has dull eyes, but he’s had something to eat. He seems desperately thirsty, which suggests a kidney problem on top of the ‘lump’ thing, so he’s sitting in the bath with a slow running tap he’s drinking from. He won’t drink from a bowl.